This month the BlockFi team has been hard at work. We launched Allowlisting, added a Wallet Address Book, and made updates to the BlockFi dashboard. This month we’re also announcing that we’ll be increasing our Tier 1 level for BTC and ETH (changes to take effect December 1, 2019).
BlockFi clients will be receiving their BlockFi Interest Account (BIA)
interest payment on the first business day of December (12/02/19). Please note, with the U.S. Federal Holiday coming up, response times may be slower than usual on November 28th. In addition, if you’re applying for a loan it may take up to 48 hours to process.
Earn Even More With BTC and ETH Tier Increases
As a way to provide more earning opportunities for our clients, BlockFi is making the following tier adjustments, which will go into effect December 1, 2019.
*** This will mark our second significant ETH increase this quarter. We previously raised our Tier 1 ETH level from 200 ETH to 500 ETH earlier this month.
You can learn more about our rates here
Allowlisting & Wallet Address Book
One of our clients’ most requested features was Allowlisting, so we’re happy to announce that you now have the option to add crypto wallet addresses to your Wallet Address Book. This allows you to pre-select from frequently used crypto wallet addresses when withdrawing. Additionally, if you’d like to add another layer of security to your BlockFi account, you now have the option to enable Allowlisting.
You can read more about how to save wallet addresses to your Wallet Address Book and enable Allowlisting here
We’ve updated our dashboard with a fresh new look that provides an overview of account balances across all products. You can check it out by signing into your BlockFi account here
If you’re looking to learn more about crypto and what we do at BlockFi, you can listen to our CEO and Founder Zac Prince’s recent podcast interview on Squashing the Market here
If you ever have any questions, our support team is always happy to help. Please visit our contact us page
– The BlockFi Team
Rates for BlockFi products are subject to change. Digital currency is not legal tender, is not backed by the government, and BIA accounts are not subject to FDIC or SIPC protections. Crypto assets are deposited into an account with Gemini or BitGo, our primary custodians and licensed depository trusts. For more information, please see BlockFi’s Terms of Service__.